Located in the northeastern quadrant of the city, Park Hill is bordered by Colorado Boulevard on the west, East Colfax Avenue on the south, Quebec Street on the east, and East 52nd Avenue on the north. The entire Park Hill neighborhood is located in the area known as East Denver. It is further divided by the City and County of Denver into three administrative neighborhoods, South Park Hill, North Park Hill, and Northeast Park Hill.
Park Hill has been known for many years as one of Denver’s more “liberal minded” neighborhoods. In the 1950â²s, young white progressive professionals began to purposefully integrate this formerly mostly African-American neighborhood. The result became an example of diversity here and across the nation.
During the 1950s, Denver’s professional class moved in by droves and with them came the idea of truly integrated housing. Park Hill is still home to many doctors, lawyers, and “white collar” professionals. The largest Methodists Church in Denver is found here, and provides a primary focus for social and religious activities.
The center of Park Hill is Montview Boulevard. Developed in 1982, this charming street is typical of the main thorough fares which consist of wide tree-lined streets and parkways. The homes consist of Denver bungalows, and Denver square two story homes, as well as some newer homes. These homes offer all the modern amenities of newer homes, while not compromising the historical feel of the neighborhood.
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